The fear of the unknown (2023)

Within my upcoming two-week residency “The fear of the unknown – Falling through places” I will dive into an artistic and philosophical process of experimenting and researching around the topic of the technical, physical, and societal act of falling as a potential concept of migration and its connection to the fear of the unknown.

I would love for you to join me on this process and to spend some time together with me and others in the studio. All three sharing events are open to everyone, no artistic experience needed.”

Everyone is invited, no experience needed.

Friday, 18 August, from 6 to 8 pm: OPEN STUDIO WORKSHOP
Creating shared experiences of the physical act of falling through a physical gathering of dancing and singing bodies in the room. Through my guidance we will engage ourselves via writing, talking, dancing, singing, making music.

Sunday, 20 August, from 11 am to 1pm: COMMUNAL BREAKFAST
Sunday’s brunch with coffee and croissants, allowing private talks and individual stories to be shared among ourselves.

Wednesday, 23 August, from 6 to 8pm: JAM SESSION
Open Jam Session of dance and music in the room, embracing the unknown. Please feel free to bring your own instruments.


The residency takes place in context of the project TO GIVE-TO TAKE-TO NEED. TO GIVE–TO TAKE–TO NEED is a project by Jenny Beyer. Supported by: TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund, funded by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz and the Ministry of Culture and Media Hamburg.